Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences
- Who's Who in the Department
- Department Overview
- Human Resources Development
- Retailing and Consumer Science
- Minors in Human Development and Consumer Sciences
- Accelerated B.S./M.S. Degree Program in Retail and Consumer Science
- Department-Specific Courses
Who's Who in the Department
Barbara L. Stewart
Carole Goodson, Barbara L. Stewart
Peter Bishop, Shirley Ezell, Katy Greenwood, Holly M. Hutchins, Marcella M. Norwood, JungKun Park, Consuelo Waight
The Department of Human Development and Consumer Science (HDCS) produces a stream of well educated and dedicated professionals in the fields of retail management, and training and development. Through its students, the department contributes to the economic growth and the quality of life by providing career oriented graduates who are trained to become innovators and leaders in their community.
The Retailing and Consumer Science bachelor's degree has specializations in Consumer Science and Merchandising, Technology Entrepreneurship, E-tailing, and Training and Development, plus Professional Studies - a program that allows students to individualize their choice of specialization.
The Human Resources Development degree educates professionals to help organizations perform better by empowering its employees to perform better. Students learn useful tools to design and deliver workplace training, facilitating organizational change and increasing productivity.
The programs of study prepare students for career opportunities in business and industry, public service organizations, government and school systems. These undergraduate degree programs provide a pathway to Master's degrees in Futures Studies in Commerce, Human Resource Development, and Global Retailing.
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Catalog Publish Date: August 22, 2012
This Page Last Updated: October 2, 2012